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Former Tax Collector Caught Stealing $300,000 in Public Funds

Originally published on February 26, 2015, at NationofChange.org

A former tax collector has been federally charged with stealing over $300,000 in public funds. Since many of the checks that former Treasurer and Tax Collector, Melissa Arnold, received had been written out to her, Arnold simply deposited them into her personal account instead of the Township’s account. 355 more words

Andrew Emett

Personal Finance Friday: Consumers Dealing With No Resolution On Bank Errors

 One banking branch before the additional regulator layers and complexity for clients can have 23 regulatory agencies enforce fragments of the banking industry in one branch. 897 more words


Super-sizing Santander

An unveiling ceremony in Manhattan’s Herald Square this week gave New Yorkers a first view of a gaudy red sign that bears the name of a financial services powerhouse. 487 more words

Alan Brew

Police Look For Men Who Used Skimmer At Walpole ATM

WALPOLE (CBS) – Walpole Police are looking for two men who put a skimmer at an ATM, stealing customers’ information.

Police say the thieves stole thousands of dollars from a number of people by using the card reader device. 116 more words


Blog: Big Banks, Big Complaints

By Jim Donovan:  Do you have a complaint about your bank?  Well you’re not alone.  Thousands of Americans are using the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s public Consumer Complaints Database to settle disputes with their banks, according to a new report from the PennPIRG Education Fund. 347 more words


Youth Seminar

So recently I went to Youth Seminar proposed by Korean American Civic Empowerment (where I’m interning at) and  hosted by The Korean American Association of Manhattan on August 14th at Sovereign Bank at Herald Square . 332 more words

The Journal

Schuylkill County Bank Robbery

WEST PENN TOWNSHIP — Authorities are investigating a bank robbery Friday in Schuylkill County.

It happened around 10 a.m. at the Sovereign Bank at the intersection of Routes 309 and 895. 337 more words